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Another great article featuring WESST!
How can Albuquerque be more friendly to entrepreneurs and small business owners? We spoke with the owner of Zendo Coffee about her experience.
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WESST and NDI New Mexico partner to bring Financial Literacy Training to teens.
Working with teens is one of the many highlights of my work as a financial literacy trainer. At WESST, 2016 promises to be another amazing year as we continue
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Congratulations to WESST client Rahel Fikre-Selassie on the opening of her new Ethiopian restaurant in ‪#‎SantaFe‬, Cafe Roha! www.caferoha.com
We are excited to be the first café in Santa Fe serving Ethiopian cuisine! Roha is the ancient name for the city of Lalibela in Ethiopia. Lalibela with its rock- hewed churches, some dating back to the 7 Century, is sometimes referred to as the “eighth wonder of the world.
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Etsy ‪#‎craftentrepreneurship‬ class in Espanola, NM! Looking forward to our sessions in Las Vegas, Taos and Mora!
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This month on the WESST blog, we are featuring Farmington Regional Manager Christ Hunter. We hope you enjoy learning about WESST, our clients, and the great services we offer through our blog post series.
This month on the WESST blog, we are featuring Farmington Regional Manager Chris Hunter. We hope you enjoy learning about WESST, our clients, and the great
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This month on the WESST blog, we are featuring WESST Santa Fe client Sydney Davis, Owner of Elder Tech. We hope you enjoy learning about WESST, our clients, and the great services we offer through our blog post series.
This month on the WESST blog, we are featuring WESST client Sydney Davis, Owner of Elder Tech.Elder Tech serves the Senior community of Santa Fe by providing
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CONGRATULATIONS to WESST Enterprise Center Incubator Member Employers Pro Advantage for receiving the New Mexico Patriotic Employer Award!
On April 13, 2016 at The New Mexico Army National Guard Armory in Albuquerque, NM and in conjunction with the New Mexico Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) committee conducted the 2016 New Mexico Patriotic Employer Awards luncheon. There were 17 companies in attendance to receive the award on behalf of their company for hir...ing National Guard and Reserve members into their companies. The NM ESGR is currently the only ESGR committee within the nation that reaches out and recognizes companies within the state that hire our Guard and Reserve members. Special guests at this event were Chief of Police for the City of Albuquerque, Gorden Eden, Vice Wing Commander for KAFB, Col Lance Kawane and the head of Operation for The New Mexico National Guard, Col Steve Garcia. Supportive employers from these 17 companies are vital to the success of our mission and the defense of this Nation. Our Guard and Reserve members could not perform their military duties without knowing their civilian employer support them 100 percent.
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Great article in this morning's Albuquerque Journal featuring our awesome client Laura Bruzzese and WESST President, Agnes Noonan about women ‪#‎smallbiz‬ owners!
Laura Bruzzese, an Albuquerque artist who makes funerary urns, is part of the trend. So is Yasine Armstrong, who ran a local business accelerator and then left to launch her own Web-based company. In a…
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Please join WESST and Well Women Life on Wednesday, April 20th from 5:30-7:30pm for Well Women Drinks. This months theme is "Grow" with landscape architect Jill Brown.
IT'S WELL WOMAN DRINKS - ALBUQUERQUE! Join us for a supportive, social gathering to connect and share our challenges and successes as women leaders, entrepreneurs, mothers, daughters and all the other roles we carry. The theme for April Well Woman Drinks is "Grow" with landscape architect Jill Brown. Let’s face it, it’s hard to garden in the Southwest. Jill shows you step by step ways to create your dream yard where you can relax and entertain. J...
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Thank you to everyone who joined WESST Roswell for their Social Media for Business workshop! It was a great turnout!
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Listen to Amy Lahti, WESST Creative PIE Program Manager on KUNM live this morning. AMY WAS GREAT!! whoot..whoot!!http://kunm.org/post/creating-way-out-our-stagnant-economy…
KUNM Call In Show 3/24 8a: New Mexico's creative sector employs thousands of people and generates tens of millions of dollars for state and local
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+1-800-Go-WESST, +1-505-246-6900 - WESST Enterprise Center Albuquerque, +1-505-474-6556 - WESST Enterprise Center - Santa Fe, +1-505-892-1238 - WESST Enterprise Center Rio Rancho, +1-575-541-1583 - WESST Enterprise Center Las Cruces, +1-575-624-9850 - WESST Enterprise Center Roswell, +1-505-566-3715 - WESST Enterprise Center Farmington
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WESST is committed to growing New Mexico's economy by cultivating entrepreneurship. We offer business consulting, training, incubation and microlending.
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WESST is a non-profit economic development organization headquartered in the WESST Enterprise Center, a 37,000 sq. ft. mixed use, LEED-certified business incubator located in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico.


Through a network of five statewide regional Enterprise Centers located in Rio Rancho, Santa Fe, Las Cruces, Roswell and Farmington, WESST provides a variety of services to help entrepreneurs launch and sustain a small business: from small business loans and technical assistance to training and consulting services.

At the root of our offerings is a commitment to fostering entrepreneurship as a means of creating new jobs, developing a stronger business climate and promoting an improved quality of life in communities throughout the state.